Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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Finding and honoring your inner voice.
Sara Gluck, PhD, LCSW
We may avoid drawing attention to our disabilities for the fear that we will be seen only for what we can’t do, instead of for the many things we can.
Is your coworker acting in ways that are frustrating? As vulnerability researcher Brene Brown says, “People are hard to hate up close. Move in.”
Once you sign your child up for psychotherapy sessions, you are no longer alone in supporting his or her growth and happiness.
We may struggle to witness the sheer number of people who have posted #MeToo this week. Our responses to those disclosures do matter and can make an impact on the healing process.
If you love someone who has survived the burning flames of physical or emotional abuse, he or she may need your help in order to learn how to trust again.
Have you been trying to block out those feelings of hurt, regret, betrayal or heartbreak? Gritting your teeth and embracing the pain can actually be the first step to healing.
We are so much more than the sum of our physical parts. This Independence Day, let’s give ourselves a break from the cycle of comparison, and relax in our skin, cellulite and all.
Have you ever wondered just how far to push your body while exercising? Is pain really good for your psyche?
Parents often do not intend to relay the message that comes with unwanted photography: it is more important for me to get the right shot of you than to respect your wishes.
Trauma may break through the limits of our beings and create space for beautiful, unencumbered strength.
Sara Gluck, Ph.D., LCSW, is the clinical director of the Five Towns Wellness Center in Cedarhurst, NY.